Big Bang Theory is set to go out with a bang on the mid-season finale.
Warning: Spoiler Alert!
Fans know how season five ended, with Sheldon left with a ring and no Amy, but they have managed to come through it okay. International Business Times reports that the end of the last show saw Amy calling Sheldon to tell him she is ready to be his girlfriend again. His reply was not something Amy expected.
“Amy, I excel at many things but getting over you wasn’t one of them. I think I need to be just your friend.”
In the clip of the Big Bang Theory scene, Amy’s heartbreaking disappointment is obvious.
Information about the mid-season finale, due to air on December 10, has been leaked. According to Design & Trend, in Episode 10, “The Earworm Reverberation,” Amy decides to move on from Sheldon and chooses to give Dave another chance.
Executive producer Steve Molaro recently spilled the beans to CBS – and here’s an even bigger spoiler – Amy and Sheldon consummate their relationship by the end of the episode.
“After over five years of dating, we felt the time was right for Sheldon and Amy to finally consummate their relationship, and we’re so excited for the audience to see the journey over the next several episodes.”
Yes, they are going to have sex. Fans that are aware of what will happen are on the edge of their seats in anticipation. This is obvious when reading the comments left on the Big Bang Theory Twitter account.
— The Big Bang Theory (@BigBang_CBS) November 18, 2015
Of course, the other storyline that needs to be progressed on Big Bang Theory is that of Raj (played by Kunal Nayyar) and Howard’s (played by Simon Helberg) band. They are trying to get it off the ground, but it’s just not happening. They find out they have one fan and they spend the mid-season finale trying to track down that fan.
The Big Bang Theory is still the go-to for audiences when it comes to comedy sitcoms. Nayyar has confirmed that the series has been renewed for Season 10. In an interview with the Miami Herald, he said that Seasons 11 and 12 are also possibilities, which is exactly what he wants, for the show to air as long as possible.
“We keep it private on set and really love each other. It’s going to be very hard to adjust to going back to what is normal, since this is my normal, if that makes sense.”
— t2 (@t2telegraph) November 27, 2015
Regarding the success of the Big Bang Theory, Nayyar has that all figured out.
“What is so precious with these colorful characters is that we are brilliant, but we are also going through whatever anyone goes through — love, heartbreak, achievement or failure — we’re human. Sometimes these multi-camera comedies can get a bad rap for being too presentational. You know, like, ‘Look at me!’ ‘Laugh at my joke!’ So much of what we do on Big Bang is sit around and have a conversation.”
Nayyar also talked about the similarities between himself and his Big Bang Theory character, Raj.
“Like Raj, I can get into trouble sometimes because I look at the world through very innocent eyes. Not that I’m naive. I do really feel that those I meet or interact with, they don’t want to manipulate me, yet I often get into a situation where I say ‘yes’ to anything and can’t get out of it. I spread myself so thin, always trying to please people and always want to be liked.”
In a world where Big Bang Theory reigns supreme and the spoilers are as juicy as these ones, it’s no wonder there are more seasons to come. This show may have been around for close to a decade, but it’s still on fire.
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